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the previous bill. that article was removed. otherwise, it is the same bill. there is a lot of fear the individual insurance market may collapse as they craft and enactment and replacement plan. which you be open to stabilize the marketplace in the interim. period? an interim standpoint, i believe that markets are collapsing. it creates urgency. that is why we are here, moving quickly. it is hard to anticipate what may or may not happen. what we have to do is what we are called to do, what our job is. that is to move at an urgency that allows the full repeal to take place. this is on the premise that you
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cannot refurbish a health care system built on a broken foundation. that is what we are here to do. we appreciate your questions. not bless. have a great day. -- god bless, have a great day. announcer: during his visit, the vice president-elect met with west virginia democrat. the senator called the meeting productive and said that he looks forward to finding ways to work with him in the future. on capitol hill yesterday, nancy pelosi gather this 65 democratic women of the capitol steps, the
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most in congressional history.
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[applause] >> you are going to turn to this
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guy in the green coat. >> 1, 2, 3. one more on 3. 1, 2, 3. thank you. [cheering]
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announcer: this morning, "washington journal" is live next, then the house convenes for their annual reading of the constitution following by legislative business. on c-span2 foreign-policy analysts discussed the president's national security council and the potential for change during the incoming trump administration. on c-span three, a hearing on cyber threats against the united states, including alleged russian hacking during the presidential campaign. james clapper and nsa director of mike rogers testified before the senate armed services committee live at nine: 30 a.m. eastern. willado congressman discuss his new role in the house democratic leadership and his party's priorities as the
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115th congress gets underway. reed, who endorsed president-elect trump early in the 2016 election, will talk about how members plan to work with the new president. ♪ with senate action yesterday, the wheels were set in motion for the repeal part of repeal and replace obamacare. the replace part, yet to be figured out by congress. welcome to washington journal for this thursday, january 5, 2017. we are going to ask about your experience with the affordable care act. i'm going to invite you to call in on the line appropriate to your political belief. .emocrats, (202) 748-8000


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